Clinical Supervisor - LCSW
About the organization
Impact NW started over 50 years ago when a group of neighbors came together to address the growing poverty in their Southeast Portland neighborhood. Ever since, Impact NW has worked to create life-changing partnerships with our clients to help them stabilize and strengthen to achieve their goals. The key to our success is our people. Our employees are passionate and compassionate and they are our strength in supporting our mission. The rich lived and educational backgrounds of our employees enables us to tap our deep, diverse knowledge and experiences to build relationships with clients from many backgrounds and provide the extra support and guidance our clients desire. If you believe in what we do, join our team. Together, we can find a way. People of color and people from historically marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
- Oversight and evaluation of services, staff development, service planning, case management and coordination, utilization of community resources, family and individual therapy or counseling, documentation and rationale for services to promote intended outcomes and implementation of all provider policies.
- Supervise QMHP clinical staff and oversee their day-to-day activities. Provide phone or in-person culturally responsive consultation in crises and on-call services as needed during business hours.
- Develop, implement and promote trauma informed, culturally appropriate behavioral health treatment for children impacted by domestic violence in conjunction with their non-offending parent
- Oversees clinical requirements of the program, to ensure all services are within compliance of relevant Federal and State laws and grant contracts
- Supervise clinicians with their clinical record and data entry
- Abide by and support clinicians in following licensing guidelines
- Provide culturally appropriate clinical consultation and advocacy.
- Actively engage in examination of program and agency policies and procedures and implement strategies to support anti-racist work and ensure positive outcomes for staff and program participants.
- Participate in agency and interagency meetings and trainings.
- Participate in hiring, orientation, training, and performance evaluation of team members in collaboration with Program Manager.
- Currently Licensed in Oregon as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or able to transfer current license to Oregon (fees for transfer can be supported by organization)
- Post-graduate clinical experience in a mental health treatment setting serving the behavioral health needs of children that have experienced trauma
- Commitment to following the values and goals of Impact NW’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Policy
- Knowledge of local service systems, including services for children, child welfare, DV systems, legal systems
- Ability to maintain professional boundaries with clients, the community, and other staff members.
- Ability to work collaboratively with clients, other INW staff, team members, and to treat everyone with respect and dignity at all times.
- Strong commitment to child safety, violence prevention, gender equity, racial equity, and systems change as it relates to the intersectionality of issues addressed by this program.
PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bilingual (English and Spanish) fluency preferred.
- Two years’ experience providing clinical supervision.
- Experience working with families impacted by domestic violence
- Experience with Lieberman & Van Horn’s Child Parent Psychotherapy Model
- Experience with providing community-based services
For full consideration, please submit both a Resume and Cover Letter
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